Our wines

The Barbaresco DOCG, aged in 225-litre French oak barriques for 24 months (and 48 months for the Riserva Gregorio), needs no presentation. Red in colour with garnet hues, it goes well with important dishes such as red meats and wild game.

Barbera d’Alba and Langhe Nebbiolo round out the DOC wines produced from red grapes and go well with mature cheeses, salami, pasta dishes, and meat dishes.

Among the DOC wines made from white grapes are Langhe DOC Chardonnay, pleasantly savoury, velvety and fruity, excellent with fish dishes.
Moscato d’Asti DOCG, a special wine used in Piedmontese culture to accompany desserts at the end of a meal, especially hazelnut cake. Try it as an aperitif to accompany salami, blue cheeses and green anchovies, and it is also ideal with lightly spiced and spicy Asian dishes.
Alta Langa DOCG is a wine that expresses the sparkling wine tradition of this area of Piedmont and is obtained from the cuvée, the blending of 80% Pinot Noir and 20% Chardonnay. The resulting product, not too deep straw yellow in colour, with a fine, delicate and harmonious flavour, goes well with traditional Piedmontese dishes based on white truffles, fondue, vegetable flan and mixed fried foods. Excellent with fish and perfect as an aperitif.

The Chardonnay and Barbera wines are made from grapes harvested from vines over seventy years old, and the labelling of all bottles in the production is carried out through patient manual work.